SPOTLIGHT ON KEY TALKS IN 2018
SATIS 2018 - TALKS WE HOPE YOU DIDN'T MISS!
Every month, SATIS will look back at the highlights of the 2018 edition. Today you can discover - or rediscover - an outstanding keynote, as well as a series of talks unlike any other in France.
SATIS offered an in-depth state of the art on producing premium images, with a series of talks on large sensors, HDR, UHD, drones, and 8K.
See the full series as VoD, hosted in part by Aurélie Monod-Godin.
Demystifying HDR, from filming to post-production
HDR (High Dynamic Range) changes how we approach images, enabling a wider range of creative expression for DPs and directors. How to produce in HDR? What are the benefits of HDR in HD? How to direct and post-produce a multi-format shoot (HD/UHD) in HDR?
Filming in extreme conditions
On mountaintops, underwater, or in the skies, some films place both equipment and operators under the harshest conditions.What technical choices are the most relevant in these cases? Should certain rules be followed in order to confidently dive (or soar!) into such fascinating and hostile environments?
Live filming and large sensors
An increasing variety of cameras with large sensors are available on the market. Do they benefit live productions by offering higher image quality? In what cases can they be a constraint for operators and assistants? Is there a specific appeal to images filmed using these cameras? What do they involve in terms of post-production?
Early feedback on Broadcasting UHD
Although few 4K channels are available at the moment, UHD is developing for live events and especially sports. We will take stock of the first experiments in Europe, looking at existing workflows from filming to broadcast.
Using drones for live filming
Drones are increasingly used for filming, including live events. How do they compare to helicopter cameras in terms of convenience and image quality? What technical constraints are specific to these new tools?
8K is now!
The next step after 4K UHD is 8K, and it may be coming sooner than expected. Screen manufacturers such as Samsung are releasing their first 8K screens and broadcast equipment manufacturers are starting to offer 8K cameras, just in time for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. We will look at this new format, its potential, and what means of production and screening exist.